Brent Rogers

JOB / Product Manager (Web 2.0) / Cisco-WebEx / recruiter Brent Rogers/ Fulltime

Cisco (WebEx) in Santa Clara is looking for a Product Manager with Web
2.0 expertise to create the Web 2.0 revolution at Cisco.

Please visit http://tinyurl.com/Web2-0-ProductManager to get the full
job description and please contact me directly if you are interested.

Thanks in advanced,

breroger at cisco.com

28 Dec 2008 - 11:38pm
Dave Malouf

Cross-post: Workshop at Interaction 09 | Vancouver -- Introduction to Interaction Design (1/2 day)

Howdy people,
I wanted to send out a notice to you all that as part of the list of
spectacular workshops for Interaction 09 | Vancouver
(http://interaction09.ixda.org/) I'm going to be teaching a 1/2 day
workshop, Introduction to Interaction Design.

I am approached often with the question, "Where can I start ..." with
becoming an interaction designers?

19 Dec 2008 - 5:48am
7 years ago
17 replies
Maria De Monte

good examples for disability and web 2.0??

Hello folks,

talking about web 2.0 and its moving toward a 3.0 era, I've been questioning myself about how web 2.0 has prompted accessibility problems by people with disabilities.

31 Jan 2008 - 11:10am
8 years ago
20 replies
Murli Nagasundaram

Social app popularity begins to decline

Social apps are far more complex than single-user apps. I wonder to what
extent a lack of social psych research input into the design of these apps
-- the most popular ones having been designed by college undergrads -- is
causing their popularity to plateau? To me, this suggests a discontinuity
similar to the one that occurred when command line interfaces were displaced
by GUIs. Every GUI out there can trace its origins to the the
multi-disclipinary, thoroughly grounded research conducted at Xerox PARC. I
think it's possible to go only so far by the seat of one's pants.

2 Jul 2007 - 9:47am
9 years ago
1 reply
Chris Bernard

Web 2.0 ... The Machine is Us/ing Us

Interesting 4 minute video entitled "Web 2.0 ... The Machine is Us/ing Us" that I haven't seen referenced here. It's a nice overview of how the intersection of new technology and social trends are influencing how we develop and interact with applications.

21 May 2007 - 4:59am
9 years ago
12 replies
Björn Simonson

"web 2.0" prototyping


I'm curious as to how members of this list prototype "web 2.0" sites. How to make a prototype for user testing short of actually making a functioning site?

I currently work with Axure RP (on web 1.0 sites) and feel that it might not be the best tool for the job, but I can't think of anything better at the moment either.


Björn Simonson

16 Nov 2006 - 6:04pm
9 years ago
12 replies
Donna Maurer

Do these companies do user research or utesting?

I'm wondering if any of you know whether these web 2.0 poster children
do user research or usability testing (or, if they do it now, whether
they did before they became famous or bought):

- Flickr
- Del.icio.us
- Threadless
- Youtube
- Digg
- Upcoming
- Lastfm
- Etsy

I know I could approach each of them, but I'm guessing some of you know
the answers...

Why do I want to know?

17 Aug 2006 - 6:46pm
10 years ago
3 replies
Gabriel White

Browser throbbers are broken

Browser throbbers are broken. These spinning, swirling, pulsing
artifacts were a great way of indicating state back when a web page
wasn't loaded until it was loaded, and once it was loaded it didn't
need to load any more.

But the Web 2.0 blah blah has crept up on us, and I suddenly find
myself waiting for pages to load with no indication of state. I
interact with pages, wait for a response, but find myself without any
idea of whether the connection is actually working, or how long it
might take to finish the transaction.

14 Sep 2005 - 8:00am
10 years ago
29 replies
Dave Malouf



Anyone here a private beta tester for Flock? Are there anymore insights to
this new "Web 2.0" browser than what is in this article by Wired?

AND! What do people think of their approach to Web-Design ... Just look at
the site?

31 Aug 2005 - 4:05pm
11 years ago
28 replies
Dan Saffer

The Role of the Page in Web 2.0

I've been mulling this over for a while. "Page" as a metaphor for an
html file works perfectly well when what is being displayed is fairly
static (even if served up dynamically). But now with all the AJAX/
Flash/Flex Web 2.0 stuff starting to take off, what happens to the
humble page? Clearly the metaphor isn't as valid anymore, but what
(if anything) should replace it? Screen?

Once pages (screens? cells? slides?) start updating dynamically,
either on their own or based on user input, we're going to get a lot
of confused users, I'm guessing.

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